Thursday, January 10, 2008


Nik Tyndall would go on to plow flaky new age pastures under his own name, but his early albums in collaboration with Rudolf Langer as Tyndall for the Sky label (this is the second, as requested...his first and third coming soon) are things of sick syrupy beauty and criminally underrated. Fuse Harmonia "Deluxe"-like dewy electronic pastoralism to the upbeat but tweaked surge of Asmus Tietchens' four albums for Sky Records and you'd be coming within spitting distance of the Tyndall aesthetic; a distance you'll be happy to occupy as this creams you with fusillades of ectoplasmic and cartoonishly cosmic bliss.

Get it Here


archigram said...

Thanks for this!! Much appreciated.

mezon said...

Quite a cool album, although admittedly I was scared when the first track opened...ewwww..., but get past that and the rest of the album works!

much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Ah, that's a very nice posting! Thanks for this Eric

Stiev A.

fuzztunnel said...

Fantastic! Sounds like a bunch of Intellivisions dropped acid and went on a picnic.

Anonymous said...

what a groovy cosmic lp! yet another great post from ths blog--mutant sounds never ceases to amaze and surprise me! more tyndall please!


M3831 said...

not what I would normally listen to. But after listening for a bit... wonderful stuff! Mutant sounds has turned me on to a new sound once again!

Maury Souza said...


I would really like to hear this, but I don't know how to use rapidshare. Could you post a zipfile or something? Or tell me how to use Rapid share?